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Zacharias Ursinus

Zacharias Ursinus was a sixteenth-century German Reformed theologian and Protestant reformer, born Zacharias Baer in Breslau. He became the leading theologian of the Reformed Protestant movement of the Palatinate, serving both at the University of Heidelberg and the College of Wisdom. He is best known as the principal author and interpreter of the Heidelberg Catechism... Read More

Born18 July 1534
Breslau, Silesia, Lands of the Bohemian Crown, Habsburg monarchy
(now Wrocław, Poland)
Died6 May 1583 (aged 48)
Neustadt an der Weinstraße, Electoral Palatinate in the Holy Roman Empire
(now Germany)
NationalitySilesian/German
OccupationTheologian

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